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Social Security trustees report show program is still not in crisis

The 2013 Trustees Report on the state of Social Security was released Friday, showing little change from last year's report. The report covers both trust funds, the Disability Insurance (DI) trust fund and the Old-Age and the Survivors Insurance (OASI) trust fund. Bottom line, Social Security’s cumulative surplus is projected to be roughly $2.8 trillion in 2013, and will reach $2.
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